Government Financial Management Innovators Circle (GFMIC), Inc., formerly Electronic Financials Users’ Circle (EUC), Inc., was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) July 15, 2008 as a non-stock and non-profit association to include in the scope of its membership those who are using not only e-NGAS and e-Budget systems but also other financial management information systems. Its new name was approved by the SEC on February 21, 2019.
Initially, GFMIC started in 2006 as an association of users and enthusiasts of the electronic New Government Accounting System (eNGAS).
GFMIC has now evolved to an association of government financial management professionals who utilized Information and Communications Technology as a tool for productivity, transparency and accountability. It is for this reason that the GFMIC Board of Trustees felt the need of the change in its name to truly reflect the ideals, vision and mission for what the GFMIC now stands for.
“The recent developments brought about by the worldwide national health emergency caused by the COVID 19 pandemic has changed the landscape of almost all facets of doing things most especially those in the education sector and in research. Technology enabled us to do things in this millennium, much more, this has revolutionized the way education and other endeavours are carried out. GFMIC for the last five years has been conducting a series of conventions, conferences and seminars and training programs focusing on information technology and governance. This year’s activities is rather unique in a way as the “new normal” brought about by the COVID 19 pandemic necessitates doing things via the use of online technologies”.
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